The man who knocked out Joe Fraizer would want nothing to do with Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury.
Speaking with TMZ, George Foreman champion cannot predict who will walk out Saturday night as WBC world heavyweight champion, but could concede that a young George Foreman couldn’t handle either one.
“I don’t think I could’ve been able to get a good shot on Tyson Fury at all. He’s too elusive,” claimed the oldest man to ever hold a world heavyweight title. “With Deontay Wilder, I’d have to protect myself so much I’d been in danger from round 1 to the final round.”
“I can say that, when it does take place, it’ll be the world’s greatest heavyweight matchup. For the world. Not America. A world championship boxing match. And, there’s nothing better you can put together. Not today.”
Initial Report: TMZ